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  • THUNDER: 74th EFS receives Gallant Unit Citation

    The Air Force awarded the Gallant Unit Citation (GUC) to the 74th Fighter Squadron (FS) during a ceremony, March 14, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Gen. Mike Holmes, commander of Air Combat Command, presented Airmen from the 74th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron (EFS) with the GUC for the unit’s heroic efforts while deployed in support of Operation INHERENT RESOLVE (OIR). “The Gallant Unit Citation is the second highest honor that can be bestowed on an Air Force unit,” said Holmes. “How many … have lived up to that since we created it? You’re the fifth one – it’s quite an award and it’s something you can be really proud of as a team.”
  • Moody celebrates life of Parker Greene

    It’s a rare quiet morning on Moody Air Force Base. A crowd begins to amass in a hangar with their heads held high and smiling as they greet one another, but mourning the loss of the most influential civic leader and advocate Moody, and many argue the Air Force, has ever had. The crowd was made up of nearly 1,000 guests who have been personally impacted by a Southern Georgia legend. Air Force leaders past and present to include Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein and commander of Air Combat Command Gen. Mike Holmes, Team Moody and the South Georgia community gathered for the W. Parker Greene Celebration of Life ceremony, March 14, 2019, Moody Air Force Base, Ga.
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  • 822d BDS Airmen face-off in Scorpion Stakes

    Airmen assigned to the 822d Base Defense Squadron (BDS) went head-to-head in Scorpion Stakes, a two-day competition filled with events that test each Airman’s proficiency in thier necessary career skills, Feb. 20-21, here. Scorpion Stakes challenges Airmen on their career training and knowledge while physically overcoming obstacles such as a ruck, litter carry, simulated hostage rescue, vehicle search and more. The Airmen also have to take several written exams to test them mentally.
  • WWII pilot shares wisdom with Airmen

    Airman 1st Class Alejandro Martinez, 18th Weather Squadron weather forecaster, explains his career field to World War II Bomber Pilot Paul Grassey (right) at Fort Stewart, Ga., March 1, 2019. Grassey, accompanied by other members of the Eighth Air Force Historical Society, spoke to the 15th Air Support Operations Squadron about his experiences
  • Cub Con II gathers big showing

    Cub Con II was an event for Team Moody to experience the anime and comic book culture. Guest were able to participate in board and card games, a video gaem tournament, a cosplay contest and much more!
  • National Children's Dental Health Month

    To celebrate National Children's Dental Health Month, the 23rd Aerospace Medical Squadron's Dental Clinic visited the Child Development Center to teach the children proper dental hygiene!
  • Spark Tank inspires brighter tomorrow through innovation

    Moody Airmen will have the opportunity to pitch their innovative ideas before a panel of 23d Wing and community leaders during the base’s second annual Air Force’s Spark Tank competition, May 3, 2019, here.A spin-off to the popular business venture show, Airmen will be able to present their ideas that will cost-effectively modernize the mission and
  • Military working dog ZIPPO retires

    The 23d Security Forces Squadron celebrated the retirement of military working dog  ZIPPO, Feb. 21, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. ZIPPO was assigned to the 325th Security Forces Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fl. in Nov. 2011, as a patrol/explosive dog. He was recently housed at Moody because of the damage to the
  • Team Moody readies, cares for families

    Moody spouses and families may not have sworn an oath in service to this country, but they carry a burden and make sacrifices daily.As a thank you, the Airmen and Family Readiness Center held a free dinner for the spouses of deployed members at the Georgia Pines Dining Facility, here, Feb. 19.“This event is so important,” said Master Sgt. Amanda
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